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Daily Archives: 5th March 2018

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Question reveal The Blackout Club

The team behind The Magic Circle are set to return in 2019 with their second title

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City take big step to Premier League title with Chelsea victory

The Manchester blues take a 1-0 victory against their London counterparts

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The marvel of the real Black Panthers

“I do not expect the media to create positive black male images” – Huey P. Newton, founder of the Black Panther Party

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Review: On the Outskirts of a Large Event

Grace Johnstone enjoys the technical elements of The Bare Project’s On the Outskirts of a Large Event, but finds its metaphor for the migrant crisis lacking in subtlety

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Interview: Husky Loops

Jay Plent grills Husky Loops on music, art, life, and where the three coalesce

Jack Houghton (Image: University of Manchester Students' Union)

Long-read interview: Jack Houghton, SU Communities Officer

“I don’t see why you would want to be a politician. Politicians maintain the system, they don’t change the system”

Electric Six at Club Academy. Photo: Callum Lunn

Live review: Electric Six

Electric Six’s Dick Valentine makes love to the crowd

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Live Review: Jessarae

Yes, he can bring it in the recording studio, but can he perform live? Imogen Doyle reviews Jessarae at the Deaf Institute

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Review: Peaky Blinders series four

“It was f*cking biblical mate,” – Alfie Solomons, probably

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Tenants fighting back: an interview with ACORN

Community organisation ACORN Manchester will “do all they can… to help those having issues with landlords/letting agents”

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Interview: Afzal Khan comments on Safety in Fallowfield

Gorton MP Afzal Khan comments on crime in Fallowfield and how we can create a safer community for students

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Reclaim the night: as told by those who marched

Liv Clarke retells her own experience, and interviews a fellow marcher and previous organiser for annual march for women’s rights